jamie goode's wine blog: RTL update: a big day for her...

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

RTL update: a big day for her...

As I write, RTL is on her way to be mated! If all goes to plan, she'll have 8-12 little RTLs by mid- December. Of course, it might not work out. She can be a fussy girl, and she might not like this arranged marriage with Diglet (the boy's name, apparently).

As she's a labradoodle, we've chosen another labradoodle to mate her with. I've no idea what the outcome will be. If she does have puppies, they're likely to be extremely cute. And if we sell them, then we should turn a healthy profit! A new business direction?
Fancy a cute puppy? All blog readers are, of course, entitled to 'mates rates'.

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At 4:30 AM, Blogger Vinogirl said...

Yikes...I'd better not let my V1 and V2 see your blog...they are liable to get jealous. Down girls...go see to some Syrah fermentation or other!!!

At 5:25 PM, Blogger Madame Vin said...

Hmmm, is the labradoodle the wine buffs dog choice? Paul White in NZ also has one?

At 1:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am absolutely appalled that you think you are cool because you have a labradoodle. A dog is for life not just for the time it takes to empty a bottle of wine down your neck.

Have you health tested your brood mare ? Has the stud been health tested (hips & elbows scored and clear eye certificates?). Do you know if your "poopies" are going to good decent homes that they will stay in forever ? Well if you think they are then you'd better check this link out


I am disgusted - and I am NOT a breeder. You are a disgrace.

At 9:30 AM, Blogger Jamie said...

your rant makes you seem like a nutter. You have made an utter misjudgment.

If your post was meant to act as some sort of spam for your website it failed, spectacularly.

At 12:48 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have no website - I am just fed up to the back teeth of people "breeding" dogs that end up in homes that cant cope. Are you in a position to take pups back if the new owner cant cope? Can you provide proof of health? Do you know about the genetic health risks ie Addisons?

Do your homework and breed for health - not profit.


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